Most of us do not want to be a burden to those who come after us. We’d prefer to emit less carbon dioxide, have less stuff and demand less from our groaning planet. But how? What would environmentally sustainable living look like in the 21st century?
Goshen College opens the 2011-2012 academic year with many new faces – and not just among new and transfer students. The college also is welcoming new employees, some of whom were hired and began their duties earlier in the year.
Kennard Martin came to Goshen College in 1961 to work in the dining hall for two years for his 1-W conscientious objector alternative service.
The Euclid String Quartet, award-winning chamber ensemble and quartet-in-residence at Indiana University South Bend, will present a concert at Goshen College in the Music Center’s Sauder Concert Hall on Saturday, Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m.
Goshen College welcomed new and returning students back to campus, as classes began on Aug. 29.
Objects and artifacts from around the world featured in Good Library’s Brought Home exhibit September 9, 2011
Bob Yoder has heard congregational youth group leaders say they are afraid to lead Bible studies, fearing they do not have enough training. He also senses people are afraid to talk about their faith in their congregations.
All events are open to the public and are free unless otherwise noted.
The Goshen College student-led worship team, Parables, will use music, personal stories and original drama to worship in congregations and other venues over the next year.
In a time when jobs are difficult to come by, many people are searching for ways to be more marketable to employers. For students at Goshen College, there’s one resource that can do that and more – and it’s free.